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Springfield Champion

But pound-for-pound, the Champion, Springfield's version of Colt's original Commander, holds the title belt as the company's best sidearm. In other words, if you only own one Springfield 1911, make it a Champion.

Farewell To One Of Hollywood's Great Gun Guys

Whether you remember him as the mild-mannered "tennis-bum"/secret agent Kelly Robinson from "I Spy," or the the FBI agent with a gunny sergeant disposition Bill Maxwell, the late Robert Culp not only brought interesting characters to the screen—as firearm enthusiast, he made it a point to outfit his characters with some interesting guns along the way.

Springfield's Multi-Caliber 1911

There are some good reasons for multi-caliber guns. High on the list is a shooter's desire to acquire different capabilities for minimal dollars.

Get a Grip on Your AR

Adding an aftermarket grip to your AR is an easy and inexpensive way to make it more comfortable to shoot.

Herter's .401 Powermag

Though never as popular as the .357, .44 or even .41 Mag., the .401 Powermag offered superlative performance in a .40-caliber revolver.

Ruger 10/22

A look at the history of one of the most popular rimfire rifles ever produced.

Custom Green

Two of the tactical versions of the Remington 700 from the Remington Custom Shop have all the right features.

Gun Digest 2013 available now

Gun Digest Books has released its comprehensive annual guide to firearms, Gun Digest 2013. Authored by Jerry Lee, the 67th edition of the industry-leading publication, often billed as the "world's greatest gun book," delivers content surrounding the world's most interesting guns, fine collectibles, new models and custom creations.

Krebs Custom KV-13

Here's a sturdy AK with vastly improved ergonomics and better accuracy than the original.

Making a Pistol Fit for a Tennis Bum or a Spy

Whether you remember him as the mild-mannered "tennis-bum"/secret agent Kelly Robinson from "I Spy," or the the FBI agent with a gunny sergeant disposition Bill Maxwell, the late Robert Culp not only brought interesting characters to the screen—as firearm enthusiast, he made it a point to outfit his characters with some interesting guns along the way.

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